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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876

BIRTH. O'NEIL.—At Charters Towers, on April 23rd the Wife of Owe O'Neil, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

TO CARRIERS & OTHERS. i JCOCEFIfiLD. Sawyers' Arms, at junction | oi Charters Towers and MiUchcster road 1 begs to inform tho Public' that ho lias now & Flrst-cUes Two Horec Power OHAFF-outter. It Cots And Refine® At the eam»< time. *#* Any quantity of Chnff supplied por Ton on the shortest notice, and moderate price. MINING PLANTS AND OTHER MACHINERY ON BALE OB LET ON HIRE. With Right of Purchase, Extending over One or more Years. eati considered at InstaUnmU of Purchase. A, G- Corbett & Son, 15, Quceu«at., Melbourne. Agent: William JACKSON, Auctioneer Charter Towers Cobb & Cos. Telegraph Line of Royal Mail ^Coaches. WILL fun as follows^until further notic e i FromOlub Hotel, Charters Towers, and from Hisbon'e Hotel, Millch eater To Towosv&le & RavenswoodL . on Wednesday* and Satuitfays, nt 6 a.m., returning the following days, WILLUM JACKSON, Booking Agent Caution to the Public TOE deplorable effect* which have followed th...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

w ANTED, n Ocnm! Sprwnt, Apply Mbb. Bbowh, near Masonic Hall. ^NTfiii a Nurse Girl, to make herself gene rally useful. Apply to Fasqu&Li Vig&O Hotel <1* Italia. WANTED, Two Female Servants-one as generally useful, the other as housemaid end to assist in the bar, Applj at the West Const Hotel. WASTED, a SMAUf YOUTH. Apply to D. DlCKfiON AND Co, WANTED, a Situation as Housemaid. Apply to feAKAir MAOACLlr, West Coast Hotel Charters Towers. WANTED known, that Bread and Cheese, with a Glass of Ale, can be had at HUGHES' Exchange Hotel, to-night, for 6d. WANTED known, that Bread .aud Cheese, with a Glass of Ale oan be had at HUGHES' Exchange Hotel, to-nigbt, for 6d. Tehders. WANTED Tenders for sinking tbo underlie shaft of North Star Lease twenty-feet. Particulars to be bod from Mr. OWEN O'NEIL. TKNDBBS. W Columbia shaft a further depth of Tweuty Feet, or to the Beef. Tenders rcooivod by tlio undersigned up to 6 o'clock to-day, from Wbom particulars ma; be liad....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ravenswood. (FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.) MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Ravenbwood. (pnou AM OOCA8IOM4L OOBBE8P0NDENT.) May XI. Affairs in general very quiet. Johuny-all Sorts, and severAl other influentials, About leaving for the Towers or somewhere else \ in fact ereiybody rolling up swags except a few publicans, templars, N.P.U.sand tailing grinders. But Bavenswood is not going to bi entirely deserted, for I see frosb faces-end old ac quaintances daily arriving} and that's more, another machine for crushing, &c., about to be erected, although some few would think it coiitemptous, seeing the Vulcan crushing machine is near half its time hung up and most other half crushing eurfacc. Talking on things in general, the other night, " One of Them " eaid he would quote a few extemporary lines applying to near the bridge whioh ran . as follows « *' Some crushers may tread the questionable path of Fame by speculating, mining, and losing money for a oame; but be ours the ways of pleasantness and peace, to earn for ourselve a and keep diggers at ease, t...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Kingsborough. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Kingeborough (FBOH A COBBEFIPONDENT.i Op all the most disastrous <u*hes tliut hare ever taken place iu the North of Queensland, I believe this to be the worst. Score#, I may eay hundredp, threw up (heir situations down South And ventured their " all,*' to come here. When we first struck tbe track, thera were scores returning all with the same ciy 41 no gold,'* and cursing Mulligan for reporting such a duffer as Kings* borough. What Mulligan stated with regard to the nlace, is true " that the alluvial was not worth going, or tooking for, but, that the reefs showed well for gold on the surface." This, can be easily substantiated, and any practical miner's opinion with regard to the reefs, will 6upporl htm in his assertion. 8ime of the "shows" hero look very well, but I do not beleire that they will come up to the espcotatious formed of (bens by their different shareholders. Nothing leae than 4 or 5 otimes to the ton seems worth having, bat, l have seen the be*t of thetn, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The "Clerical Scandal." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

The "Clerical Scandal." The Courier this morning contains tin editorial in reference to tbisacandal which is so temperate and reasonable that it becomes our duty to notice the subject. - In the first place, then, it is only fair to state that- the writer of " Odd Notes \ is allowed great freedom of expression, because (be sentiments be enunciates are not necessarily endorsed by the Telegr&ph, although by inserting them we accept the responsibilty of their publica tion. With this' explanation we have no hesitation in Baying- that oar ? contributor, " Bohemian.'* was' ftolly1 convinced in bis own mind of the absolute tnith of the allegations be made with reference to the clerical scandal at Maryborough. WeJiaveihts authority to state that all the parties concerned are titter strangers to him, and,^lthOugbVProtestant himself, he bad no wish or intention to wound the feelings of good conscientious -fiom^n Gatholics in the notaoe he took of this matter. He was furnished with part...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Bank of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

The Bank of New South Wales. AT the half-yearly roeoling of the proprietor* of the Bank of New South Wales, hel&.at Sydney on Friday last, the following report wlfcli balancc-sheet was submitted and adopted : The directors have the pleasure to submit to tlie proprietors a statement of the assets and liabilities of (be bank on the 3lst ultimo, with the auditors* report and declaration. The net profits fur the half-year, after deducting* rebate on current bills, interest on deposits, providing for bad and doubtful debts, and reducing valuation of bank premises, amounts to £97,639 U 5 To which is to be added Undivided balance from last half-year 3,240 0 8 Giving for distribution ... £101,072 12 1 Which the directors recom mend to bo appropriated ns follows : Tj payment of dividend at the rate of 15 per ceut. per annum £75,000 O O Bonus at the rate of per cent, per annum 12,600 0 O* Augmentation of the reserve fund 10,000 o O Balance carried to Profit and Loss, new account ... 3...

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MESBOURNE. May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

MEBBODBHE. May IB. ! A company hat been projected for tho erection I of «»a-«rater baths in tbe metropolis. ! The Chinese lottery Bbops are again in full I swing. Ora&t excitement at Bulhorglen j a very rich reef has been struck,-one hundred ounces to tbe ton,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MACHINES. NEVER DESPAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

THE MACHINES. MREB DESPAIR. Tons. OJaim, or. dwt. cr. 1 81; WyodhatD, No. X S« ftA a n .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAUNCESTON. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

LAnKfiKRWlK Vm 18. 1 I The wreck of the " Petrel " submerged seven years ago, waa brought to the eurEaae bj a whirl pop}.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Mining News. tEOSPEOTIHO i$ being olmied on pretty rigorously all over Uie field, and almost every weok froth applications for either protection areaB or pros* pecting claim* are beiog made to thb Warden, whose time must be pretty welt cut out; but some complaints were made to me by parties of miners of undue delay iu being laid*on. How ever, it is impossible for the Warden to be here, there and every where at the same time, so thsre is no other alternative but to await thuir turn. The greatest want of alt on the fMd just now it .«he want of fl More Macbiu«iy." The inconre* nience of delays in crushing is uot only fXtiemely aggravating to owners of claims who hare Urge paddocks of stone ready to put through, but very injurious to the prosperity of email outside potties .trying bite of leaders and abandoned raft. In fact, the want of more crushing plants is at present the greatest drawback to the advancement of the field. Almost all the out lying r*efs are hampered by not being able ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELLINGTON. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

WELLINGTON. MET IB. . The " Huberoa arrived al Auckland, reports that (he captain and four of (tin ere* want aebore at Sandy Island, and not returning, *ere tup posed to be drowned. The Tesael was engaged in thj9 kidnapping trade.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Debts Court MAY 17. Before C. S. Dicken, Esq, P.M, and J. B. Ross, JP. UNDEFENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Small Debts Court MAY 17. Before C. S. Dickeu, Esq, l'.M, and J. B. Ross, 3 P. UNDEFENDED. T. O'&anc v, A. K. Prince, £6 25a.. advci tieiug ; verdict for plaiatiiT with fo. costs. I Jjissner and Co. *. 11. W. White, £7 8s 2d, goods sold and delivered; verdict for pluiatiffl with 6s. OOBIS. j DEPENDED. { E. P. Graham v J. B. Cowan s adjourned tb 7th June, on upplication of defendant by letter, stating that he bad filed a defence, but was un» able to attend, hariug been called by professional business to 'i'ownsrifie. Tbe plaintiff applied for expenses, which the court refused to grant.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. MAY 17TH. Before C. S. DICKEN Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Police Court MAX 17TH. Baforo C. 8. DXCKEN Era., P.M. fidwaad Walsh, charged with htrceuyof 42 shillings in silver, oue locket and shirt stod, the property of Matthew Murray. Norah Murray, wife of Matliew \Iurrfly. de« Eosed: Knows the prisoner j esw him is the ouso between 12 and 1 o'clock midday yesterday} be asked for a drink and gave it U» uim; be gave ber a shilling and she g&ye gave bim a sixpence obauge; put the shilling in tbc drawer, ot 11 o'clock in the morniug i trusted the prisoner two shillings for two drinks; bo 6aid be wjuld pay tor on bis return froui the Towers; he did not leave l<be house uutil between 12 and 1; had occasion to leave the bar for 10 or 12 minutes ; on her return the prisoner had gone j looked in tbc till und found fill the money tbc re had cone; there was about two pounde in the till * saw the prisoner leaving the bfick and going towards Stannard's ; fol lowed and ealled bim nod asked him what he did with the money be bid taken fr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOKTOWN. May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

rnitinnnrN. May 10. KBITS has been received from the Palmer that the reeb Are very good. Tbc esoort left yesterday with eighteen thousand ounce* of gold. Frwb reefs, very rich, are opening out © very day. The flodgVloson rnih U quiet in alluvial. One specimen three pounds weight wfti found last week. One hundred New Zealand diggers have gone to the rush satisfied with " shew. % The Herald received the first through Prow !tne#w8e' Tho Oopperfield Miner is now jmbllihed as a bi»weckly. Tbe Clermont district must be look ing up, as. in addition to the two pipers already in existence, a third i» announced-the Central free Prese, In tbe police court oil Wednesday, William Stool pleaded guilty to being drunk and dis orderly in a public stroet, aud >vas discharged with a euution . [ Three criiniual actions for libel are enough for *' any fellow." If there aro any more liatcliiag, j we liopu they'll get addled. There wont be enough ANorthern Miner to go round. 1 Tbe intelligence io tbe l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, MAY 20TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

SATURDAY, MAY 2Qrn, 1876. As tho day for tho opening of the Session ! approaches we feel premonitory gusts of. tie coining storm It its generally suj> posed that the Treasury has been cleaned out and that ftush -. taxation must bo resorted to in order to carry on the govornn^ent of the colony. Judging from the composition of tho present Ministry the elements of which are chiefly of ihe softgoods kind; seeing the downward course fqllowed by ministries of the same oomposiiion in Victoria, we cannot avoid coming lo the conclusion that the Protectionist flog will be hointed by Hemhamt and STEWART, and protection to nativp industry and local trade will be the key-note of its po'icyl Brisbane will support this par'y, and, possibly, resolu tions will be rushed through the House imposing heavy duties . on all imports, Mr. Gttoou, who has always stood on tin independent platform and identified him self with democratical and liberal views, Bounds a note of naming, and enters his protest ag...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Dr. H. 0. PURCELL, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, Duly Qualified MedUsal Practitioner under the Queensland Medical Act, Can be Coxgultsd Daily at hie Besideoee Church Hill, opposite Masonic Hall, Miner-fit. H. J. W. BOWKEE Sttonteg, Solicitor, proctor, dim bcganccr, &c.. Can be consulted at Hishon'a Hotel, M1LLCHESTEK. J. S. Garter. SOLICITOR Tiernej'e Mining Exchange Hotel. Charters Towers. J. B Cowan, ATTORNEY akd SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONER FOB AFFIDAVITS, &c., flntBTBM TO WEBS. ON WARJAN87 GEN ERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOWERS. Mcuileod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House and Forwarding Agebta, TOWXSVILLE. I. ALAND, fiyeiro@iii!iEEB & ©MBajSBD®!® assist KIKEB BTCEET, Office: Tiernej'fi Mining Exchange Hold, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A U 0 T 1 O X B E B, General Commission Agent, MOSSMAN STREET. W. J. TOLL & CO., CRATED WATER & CORDIAL Manufacturers, CHARTERS T0WEH5. j^ \V . JASPER, SADDLED k HARNESS MAKER. CHART...

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SYDNEY. May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Tbe debate on Paiges' motion to apend the . eurp.UB revenue on public works and immigra [ tiou, has been adjourned i lliining heavily. T-ie police captured Fellow Jimmy, a balf oast«, who hat been io the buabrangiug Uuc at Braid wood. May 18, Tie Fire Brigades will hold a torchlight de monstration on the Queen*s Birthday. A. mailman has been oommitted lor trial for horfe»at?aIing. Tie Government have entered ioto commnm* oatioos with the other colonies, with a view of prorating joint action for securing a duplicate cable. The Caledonia Hill property liaa been sold for £71,000. May 19. The Government ere framing regulation* dcaliug with immigration Linley, hydraulic engineer, advisee an engine for water supply ; the city receives a fee of £500 per month betidee eipcaecs. A rule ni#i for the oompuletoo of tte ficquet tration of tho estate of Hall Forbes has been granted.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

Telegraphic News. [FBOM OBE BBIBBitiB TELEOBATBIO AOEST.] BRISBANE. May 17. Groom, addressing bis constituents At a public meeting, said be considered^ unfair for the Go vernment to propose meeting auy deficiency in the Treasury by placing any further taxation oo imports chiefly used by the residents of townsi and lie was ?herefore favorable to & reasonable and fair tes on land, provided it was not oppres sive to small proprietors and farmers} he also advocated Additional endowments to muoici> palities for the relief of existing debts. lie showed that it was desirable that tbo Brisbane bridge should be made free, and suggested that the Cbineso should pay £6 a-bead as an immi gration license, fle opposed the selection of Fryar as Minister for Lands, and his administra tion of the Act, " The Governor turns the first aod of the Dalby and Boma railway on Juce 6th. May 18. Charles Goxen is dead. May 19. it was a general holiday, and two thousand persoiifi were present.

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(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE. May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 May 1876

(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE. In the Supreme Court, Scott, schoolmaster, for caning a boy, was fined five pounds. Webber, charged with forgery, was sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment. Hay, for the larceny of a watch at Cardwell, nine months, Campbell, indecent assault at Charters Towers, received   twelve months. Ormiston, for assault, was fined five pounds.

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